Tag: Debut Novel

  • Arthur Herbert: The Cuts That Cure

    Arthur Herbert: The Cuts That Cure

    Alex Brantley is a highly skilled surgeon in the wrong profession. So what does he do? Well the choice is limited as his license is revoked and he is pilloried by the media. So change professions and become a high school science teacher and track coach is the answer. In small town Three Rivers, Texas, Read more

  • Stephen J. Golds: Say Goodbye When I’m Gone

    Stephen J. Golds: Say Goodbye When I’m Gone

    The nail that sticks out will be hammered down My waiting with veiled patience for Say Goodbye When I’m Gone has paid off. This debut by Stephen J Golds is one urgent, breathless trip and certainly not for the prim and squeamish. It’s noir with a capital N. It’s the blunt end of the sword Read more

  • Yigal Zur: Death in Shangri-La

    Yigal Zur: Death in Shangri-La

    Dotan Naor has known Willy Mizrachi for many years. A ruthless Israeli arms dealer Mizrachi is a dangerous man. But his son Itiel is missing in the Himalayas and he needs Naor’s help. Naor, formerly an Israeli operative, is now a private investigator. With a bet that involves a bottle of fine spirits he agrees Read more

  • Oliver Bottini: Zen and the Art of Murder

    Oliver Bottini: Zen and the Art of Murder

    DCI Louise Boni tracks the battered Buddhist monk through the gathering snow and gloom. She knows he needs help, but there is a language barrier. All Boni has is her insight and intuition. Something she is excellent with. The thing is, Boni has an alcohol problem. She is completely self-destructive, internally driven by the ghosts Read more

  • Michael J. Clark: Clean Sweep

    Michael J. Clark: Clean Sweep

    Escape A prostitute with a ledger she shouldn’t have. The man who wants it back, and the hunters he sets against her. One man, Pastor Tommy Bosco, who can help her disappear. Considering that one of the hitmen is his father and the woman was once responsible for putting him in prison, Bosco wonders if Read more

  • Stinking Rich: Tornado in a bottle

    Delightfully outlandish and wickedly outrageous An outhouse, airplane and RV. A bright-eyed granny, stalwart ticket agent and mountain man. What have they all in common? They are all delicious side-dishes to a menu of wayward misfits, societal cast-offs and the vainly unscrupulous who appear in this debut book by Toronto author Rob Brunet. The recipe Read more